Student Life

Take Advantage of the Opportunities
Class isn’t the only place where you’ll broaden your mind. Explore dozens of student organizations and activities, and nine NCAA Division III sports. Our Office of Student Development makes sure your campus experience is the best it can be.

College—a 24/7 Experience

Take Advantage of the Opportunities

Whether you’re editing the yearbook, making friends in choir or running for student government, you’ll feel the support of our close-knit community.

Developing a Complete You

Everything You’ll Need to Thrive

Living on Campus

Living on campus makes it easier to forge connections and immerse yourself in student life—and it makes you more likely to stick to your educational goals. 

Getting Involved

What you do outside of class is just as important as your coursework. Whether you love furry creatures, community service, the arts, or you want to build up your resume, advocate for change, or create amazing experiences, there's an opportunity for you.

Student Organizations

Our collaborative, encouraging environment means you’ll find support to pursue activities that reflect your interests. Gain confidence through the Phoenix Leaders Program, perform in plays, join the gaming club—or even form your own club.

Wilson at a Glance

See how the numbers add up to a complete college experience.
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Student organizations and clubs
Whether you’re interested in choir, archery, student government or just meeting other students in your major, there are plenty of activities to choose from.
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NCAA Division III sports
Our student-athletes enjoy both a quality education and the thrill of athletic competition. Choose from six women’s sports and five men’s sports.
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Countries represented
Students come from all over the world (and 22 states) to get a Wilson education.

Student News & Events

Catch up with Wilson’s latest news, upcoming events and faculty and student accomplishments.
Dec
16
2021

Bring your passion and experience into the classroom. If you have your bachelor's degree, start down the path to Pennsylvania teacher certification. 

Join a virtual information session to learn more about one of the following:

Teacher Intern Pathway (TIP)

Teacher Online Pathway (TOP)

Teacher Online Pathway (TOP) for Out-of-State

Foreign Language Intern Pathway (FLIP)

Register here. 

12:00 PM
Mar
24
2022

Dr. Amy-Jill Levine
Brooks Science Center Auditorium

UPDATE Wilson's Orr Forum on Religion, which had been scheduled for March 26, has been posptoned until October 28,  2021 as part of the College’s response to coronavirus concerns.

Lecture: 10:30 to 11:45 a.m.
Jesus’ Parables as Jewish Stories
Jesus told parables to fellow Jews: recovering that original setting corrects their frequent anti-Jewish interpretations, provides a grounding for better Jewish/Christian relations, and offers new insight into both ancient and present-day ethics.

Workshop: 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Understanding Jesus means Understanding Judaism
(A Workshop designed for Clergy, Religious Educators, and interested persons)
This workshop details the popular misconceptions about Jesus’ Jewish context found in sermons and church-based educational curricula, explains their origins, and offers new and helpful ways to read the New Testament.

https://www.wilson.edu/orr-forum

10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
More events
Shed some light
College volunteers aged 18 to 80 turned out to build a shed to complete a family’s new home in Franklin County, Pa. The collaboration between Wilson and Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County (HFFC) was the brainchild of Habitat’s Mark Story and Wil...
TERF students
Wilson has received a $16,000 grant from the Thoroughbred Education and Research Foundation (TERF) for scholarships of $4,000 to four students pursuing equine or animal-related majors. The recipients are Kaylee Bill ’22 of Seven Valleys, Pa., a ve...
College nurse and Pres Wes
The College announced a scholarship drawing for students vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. Three lucky students will win scholarships in the amounts of $5,000, $3,000, or $1,000 that they can use toward their spring semester, 2022, education. ...